Monthly Archives: March 2007

My Other Photography

Washing 2 A professional who had photographed many times in Guatemala was quite taken with this photo when she first saw it, although I’m not sure she quite approved. As she said, “no Mayan woman would knowingly show that much … Continue reading

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Samantha Returns — In Style!

Loops & Lines 2 Samantha’s second go at nude modeling resulted in some of the most extraordinary photos taken in a single session ever in my experience. We worked with four props, and a single photo from each is shown … Continue reading

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Copyrights – and Those Who Ignore Them

Tabatha 32 Among my past sins was a period when I represented my company in the American Bar Association on intellectual property matters. (That’s right, I’m a recovering attorney.) So I’m somewhat familiar with copyright law. I regularly troll the … Continue reading

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Angles

Angles 2 How to photograph a tall model compactly? Fold her up! Michelle and I had a brief session from which resulted a number of fairly tight, angular and abstract photos like Angles 2 here. These are in the non-nude … Continue reading

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Backups – The Irony of Perfection

Romanticized Pistol 9 On those few occasions when I stand back from the making of photographs, I worry about the preservation of photographs. Not preserving the work of world-famous photographers like Cindy Sherman or Alec Soth, whose color coupler prints … Continue reading

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